Western Union telegram pledging support from student groups and employees in Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The groups write that they intend to stage demonstrations to increase awareness about the events in Orangeburg.
Resolution from the Student Legislative Council of the University of California at Los Angeles condemning the attack of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) and the National Guard upon students in Orangeburg. The Council demands that the perpetrators of violence at Orangeburg be brought to court to "answer for their crimes."
Western Union telegram from "fifty outraged citizens at Franconia NH" demanding the relase of Cleveland Sellers from prison and denouncing the acts of brutality perpetuated against students during the Orangeburg Massacre.
Western Union telegram denouncing Orangeburg Massacre as an act of genocide. The creators demand police and troops to be withdrawn from Orangeburg and that all charges against demonstrators be dropped.
Western Union Telegram sent by members of the Kentucky Conference on the War and the Draft relating the shared struggle of the Freedom Movement and the Anti-war movement. The Kentucky Conference was planned to occur on February 11, 1968 and was expected to attract as many as 500 people.
Flyer created and distributed by African American students from the Atlanta University Center advertising a march to take place in support of the South Carolina State College student body. The students recommend sending assistance to the Orangeburg Student Defense Fund housed at Spelman College in Atlanta.
Fact sheet written in the early 1970s relating the events leading up to and including the Orangeburg Massacre and the actions of the state of South Carolina since the incident. Includes information compiled regarding "Brother" Cleveland Sellers' trial and indictment.